Four books about wellbeing to read now

The ultimate guide to desserts, the inspirational toolkit for life's toughest challenges and the handbook for living life, low tox.

Ditch the Dead Weight by Mike Rolls

More than just a triumph-over-adversity story, Ditch the Dead Weight offers an alternative approach to the challenges we all face in our lives. Mike Rolls was a sports-mad teenager when he contracted a deadly disease on a football trip. Overnight he was fighting for his life. When Mike regained consciousness, he had lost his right leg, half his left foot, two fingers and part of his nose, and had extensive internal injuries. His parents were told he had a five percent chance of survival. After a painfully slow recovery and eight years of living with a leg that would never heal, Mike made the extraordinarily difficult decision to have his remaining leg amputated. Combining his personal experience with proven scientific research and a practical methodology for letting go of things which no longer serve us, Mike Rolls offers a bright new outlook and inspiration to discover our best life today.


Low Tox Life by Alexx Stuart

Ever stopped to read the list of ingredients in the products you use every day? Or maybe you’re confused by what those ingredients actually are and whether they are good for you? Low Tox Life, by activist and educator Alexx Stuart, gently clears a path through the maze of mass-market ingredient cocktails, providing simple alternatives to the unknown nasties found in everyday products.


The Woman’s Herbal Apothecary by JJ Pursell

The Woman’s Herbal Apothecary features 200 Natural Remedies for healing, hormone balance, beauty and longevity, and creating calm, and is the every woman’s herbal care guide for a lifetime of health and wellness. Written to accommodate the novice herbalist as well as the more advanced practitioner, The Women’s Herbal Apothecary is divided by the major cycles of a women’s life: pre-childbirth, reproductive years, menopause, and beyond.


Vegan Yack Attack on the Go! by Jackie Sobon

Plant-based recipes that fit your busy lifestyle! If you’re a vegan and frequently on the go, it can be hard to eat well while still maintaining your lifestyle. You need plant-based options you can make in advance, take with you, or prepare quickly and easily once you get home. Vegan Yack Attack on the Go! has all of these scenarios covered and more. It’s the cookbook you’ll use over and over again, with recipes developed for real-life.